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India's Political Economy

Robert Bideleux

Academic Foresights, online journal, Volume: N/A, Issue: No. 7, Pages: N/A - N/A

Swansea University Author: Robert Bideleux

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This article begins by outlining and assessing India's economic development pattern and trends, and its anticipated 'demographic dividend', partly on the basis of comparisons with East Asia (especially China). The article then proceeds to evaluate India's main development options...

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Published in: Academic Foresights, online journal
Published: 2013
Online Access: http://www.academic-foresights.com/Indias_Political_Economy.html
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa13998
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Abstract: This article begins by outlining and assessing India's economic development pattern and trends, and its anticipated 'demographic dividend', partly on the basis of comparisons with East Asia (especially China). The article then proceeds to evaluate India's main development options and challenges and the major determinants of India's economic prospects, while outlining best case and worst case scenarios for the near future, especially in the aftermath of the nationwide parliamentary elections scheduled to take place no later than spring 2014.
Item Description: This 15-page (7270-word) online journal article is available at: http://www.academic-foresights.com/Indias_Political_Economy.htmlThe journal homepage is:http://www.academic-foresights.com/Academic_Foresights_-_Home.html
Keywords: Indian economic development; demographic dividend; China; Indian economic policies and prospects
College: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Issue: No. 7
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